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 Post subject: Best UK MTBers
PostPosted: Mon Aug 13, 2007 12:25 pm 
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Who are the best and the up and coming riders to watch out for? Your thoughts and ideas!

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I would say that young guy who rides for Sandy Wallace Cycles (also in Scottish development squad), Ross Creber I think his name is, think he's maybe racing the Worlds at Fort William this year.

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Oliver Beckingsale is a well known name.

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two more years should easily see James Leavesley as one of the uk's fastest and most solidly performing ultraendurance racers. I hope at an international level. The difference in his speed and style have ben phenom...fenom....phemonen...huge, since Gavin Atkins got his coaching hands on him.


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Liam Killeen.

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As far as up and coming, I reckon George Budd could be a name of the future. I think he just needs more training time on the bike to break into the next level

Liam and Oli are pretty established on the international scene now

what about the ladies?


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Hell, i am interested in ladies too.

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